Johnston Withers

Lorrelle Schubert.

Registered conveyancer

Based in our Murray Bridge office, Lorrelle Schubert is a registered conveyancer and paralegal who has always taken an interest in law and, more recently, aspects in property. Growing up, she wanted to be a lawyer but once she started in the conveyancing sector, she discovered a new passion: helping people to buy and sell their homes.

Working on Ngarrindjeri lands (Murray Bridge)

To me, everyone wins in conveyancing, and I love being part of something as exciting as someone purchasing a new home.

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Lorrelle's qualifications

  • Registered conveyancer
  • Advanced Diploma of Conveyancing
  • Diploma of Legal Services
  • Certificate 4 in Legal Services
  • Certificate 3 in Police Studies

Lorrelle's experience

Lorrelle began her conveyancing career at the Johnston Withers Murray Bridge office, where she worked in administration for a short period before stepping up into the role of conveyancing clerk. She started her conveyancing studies in 2021, balancing work and family life along the way. Having the opportunity to work alongside registered Johnston Withers conveyancers while she studied allowed Lorrelle to apply real-life experience to her theoretical studies, which has been a huge benefit to her work. She became registered in 2022.

Lorrelle's expertise

As a registered conveyancer, Lorrelle represents the best interests of clients when buying or selling their most important financial asset. She enjoys getting to know her clients, and trying to make the process as easy and stress free as possible for them.

She believes that everyone wins in conveyancing, and loves being part of something as exciting as someone purchasing their new home.

Outside the Office

Lorrelle is married with three children and a step son. She’s a firefighter with the Murray Bridge CFS, and enjoys camping and fishing. She loves spending time with her family, whether that’s shopping, being on the river or just baking and hanging out at home. She also loves the footy season and is a strong supporter of Geelong Cats.

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